Published in: openDemocracyUKEntering the secret castle: A small step towards democratic public media?
Last week the BBC gave a representative audience panel control of its Brexit output for one day. Could this ‘citizens juries’ type approach begin to transform our media?
The national conversation: free, open and broad debate
In the UK, do we see political polarisation facilitated by politically partisan websites and social media, or the disintegration of a governing consensus?
The BBC is neither independent or impartial: interview with Tom Mills
Is the BBC really impartial? Interview with scholar of the BBC, Tom Mills, on his new book.
The General Strike to Corbyn: 90 years of BBC establishment bias
On the anniversary of the 1926 General Strike, looking back to the early BBC helps us understand the latest bias scandal, over coverage of Labour's anti-semitism scandal vs Tory election fraud.
Panorama, the Corbyn surge and the political establishment
This week’s Panorama documentary on Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised for shoddy reporting and overt political bias in favour of the political establishment. This is not an isolated incident.
Published in: openDemocracyUKWhy on earth would leftists go out of their way to support Cage?
Max Farrar responds to this article, and its authors respond in kind. What exactly is Cage, and how should it be treated?